President of International Esports Federation Director General of International Judo Federation
I'm Vlad Marinescu, Director General of the International Judo Federation and President of the International Esports Federation (IESF). I am working in international sports for over 15 years, I was born in Romania, and an American raised and studied in Budapest. I worked through each level of a sports organization, from athlete to event organizer in all departments, to management of sports organization and sports business. I was awarded the next 10 under 30 by Sports Business.
2020 - Present
2019 - Present
2018 - Present
2015 - Present
2019 - 2020
From 2013 - 2015 / SportAccord is the umbrella organizations for all International Sport Federations, Olympic and Non-Olympic. The duties of the Director General were the management the organizations administration as well as lead the building of strategy to implementation and expan- sion of the organization, activities and its projects.
From 2013 - 2014
From 2010 - 2013 / From 2007 deeply involved in the Implementation of several reforms in Judo which led to a considerable development of the sport and it being moved up to the C category in the IOC Classification of Sports
From 2007 - 2010
From 2005 - 2007 (Office Staff 2003-2005).
Played Water polo during High school. Team Captain - Best Offensive Player ‘01 and Best Defensive Player ‘02) Titles: Junior Olympic Champions, Highest Scorer in League during Military School 2003.
From 1988 has been practicing Martial Arts Black belt. Titles: American Champion (7 times), Romanian Vice Champion, California Champion (multiple times) & West Coast America Champion (multiple times).
RSportz provides several methods of automatic scheduling out of the box. We have over a decade of experience scheduling amateur sports, from weekly rec leagues to major tournaments. Our live scoring is easy to use, and also creates detailed player statistics for private or public view.
The International Judo Federation was founded in July 1951. The IJF was originally composed of judo federations from Europe plus Argentina. Countries from four continents were affiliated over the next ten years.
The International Esports Federation is a global organisation based in South Korea whose mission it is to have electronic sports recognized as a legitimate sport.